The more offbeat highlights from the SEMA show in Las Vegas, starring Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini, Ferrari and more
Mark Tisshaw
4 November 2015

Forget the western clones at a Chinese motor show or your tacky special-edition models at Geneva - SEMA is the motor show where the ‘weird and wonderful’ tag can truly be used when rounding up some of the more offbeat creations.

Zombie chair covers, Rolls-Royces that would have the bosses at Goodwood wincing, trucks so large they look like they need planning permission, Kias that will serve you beer before the sun is over the yardarm… SEMA truly is a show like no other, held fittingly in the equally other-worldly city of Las Vegas.

Here, then, is our round-up of some of SEMA's more offbeat highlights away from the official manufacturer creations. Let us know your favourites - or otherwise - in the comments section below.

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4 November 2015
Behind the toyota barrier with the infinity mirror wheels and Mr Fusion on the back. Was that one of the props from Back to the Future II?

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